From a grovelling bastard to fisting Norman Lamont... | 10 great moments from the British Comedy Awards

From a grovelling bastard to fisting Norman Lamont...

10 great moments from the British Comedy Awards

As Channel 4 say they are dropping the ceremony after four years, we look back at some of the memorable moments in the 24-year history of the British Comedy Awards...

1993: Julian Clary's Norman Lamont gag

1994: Spike Milligan calls Prince Charles a grovelling bastard

1995: Michael Barrymore mucks about…

2000: Alan Partridge and Elton John duet

2001: 'Seinfield' sends an acceptance speech

2002: Kathy Burke acceptance speech

2005: John Lydon and Paul O'Grady

2006: They only got Madonna…

2009: Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant acceptance speech

2013: Steve Coogan acceptance speech

Channel 4 cut this short so it could air a repeat of Gogglebox, concluding it on E4.

Published: 16 Jun 2015

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